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ended. >> mike: and smythe is hurt living off the field. they have got to get a man on for him. >> ed: oh, boy, this is tough clock management here. that's almost 20 seconds gone. >> mike: toward the end zone. touchdown! will fuller! 39 yards. what a throw by kizer. he bought time and threw a strike. holy cow. >> ed: virginia had coverage over there and they took their eyes off of fuller when kizer started moving to the side. there was a safety. and corner. canady got beat. the safety took his eyes off. one foot inbounds is all you
need in the college game. >> mike: fuller is a star. and kizer found him. >> ed: excellent job by fuller never giving up on the play. he continued to sneak by canady. kizer as he rolled out came back. >> mike: how is that for your first touchdown pass? only 12 seconds left. >> ed: yeah. >> mike: to come back and stop the upset. >> ed: because of that screen that clock went from $2 37 to - they lost almost 20 seconds before that snap. so if you don't hit that one you're scrambling for your next play. if it's incomplete the clock stops but what a difference it would have made f virginia. what a shocker, all the momentum in the world when malik zair went down in the third quarter. he went down with a right ankle
injury. it was gruesome looking. we don't have a report yet. deshone kizer came in who played just a touch against texas, had not played in this game. you know who to go to if you're the quarterback at notre dame now right? >> mike: before that drive he was only 1-3. 4-4 on that drive. also had a four-yard scramble. or started on that drive, 1-3. excuse me. >> ed: you go for two to make it seven. >> mike: this place is stunned. and can you blame them? to the end zone for two. wide open. tory hunter jr. >> ed: i don't know how you line up after that. you know, the bummer for virginia and mike london on the hot seat last year. they said he is coming back for 2015 but most people thinking it's got to be a ball game or better.
they started out with two of the best defensive teams in the country athletically, ucla and notre dame. now they have to play number 20 boise state. in the first month they played three teams in the top 20. >> mike: good luck with that . 9 >> ed: this team is much better at every position deeper. the bummer is they're going to be sitting here at 0-2. can they keep it together? this team i think is good enough to win, six seven eight games but with this september what a tough start to a really important season for mike london and his future. >> mike: this game psychologically unless they can score in the next 12 seconds is we had them. >> ed: it's got to hurt. >> mike: there are no moral victories anymore. not at this level and you can say -- what can you say? we had them. we let them go. >> ed: you hope that guys like
matt johns and the defensive tackle, you hope they can get guys going. you get a easier game next week. but for notre dame -- then you got to regroup your -- down to your third string quarterback. what you thought coming out of spring ball. with zair going down with what looked like a bad ankle injury. >> mike: wasn't it odd that mizzell would take a knee? your most dangerous runner. you got 12 seconds. give the kid a shot. >> ed: now with 10 you get two, maybe three plays. >> mike: three five-yarders. >> ed: did you happen to watch byu? >> mike: yes. >> ed: i think you would want to be closer. it's a feeling like it was a waste of time maybe. >> mike: notre dame has safety 50 yards from the line of scrim
a age. almost intercepted. incomplete with 4 seconds left. >> ed: if you had youtube you bring up the stanford play where the ball was thrown back and forth 10 or 15 times. yeah. it's about all you have now for virginia. no way matt johns is going to be able to get this down the field far enough for a touchdown. you just pitch it around for a while and see if you can't score. but you have to think irish fans are at home and they don't really care about this win because of the injury to malik zair. they have to go 12-0 to go to the college football playoff. >> mike: here we go with the stanford band but it's over. virginia just played its heart out today. there's no way around it. >> ed: give some credit to notre dame for hanging in there too.
you lost your starting quarterback. i think fuller is pretty big time. >> mike: give credit to kizer. i mean what a performance from that young man who didn't expect to play. comes off the bench. his team is down. being upset on the road and he finds a way. >> ed: terrific experience for that young man as well. >> mike: doc, let's go to you. >> jerry: take us back to 43 seconds on the clock. you got a backup quarterback and 50 yards away. you call the time-out. what are you thinking? >> we had a couple of plays in mind that we felt like, you know, a couple of things for deshone that he had done well. again, we're playing a quarterback that we didn't expect to play today. losing you know, malik. so we went to some things that we thought he could execute. he's a big strong kid and one was to push the ball down the field. we made a play when we needed to late. give a lot of credit to virginia today. they played really well.
i'm proud of the way our kids played. >> jerry: you mentioned malik, we saw him carted off for x-rays. what can you tell us? >> well, i don't have exactly what happened. other than we know that it was an ankle injury and i know -- i'll talk to our team physician when we get in there. you know, it wasn't great news at the initial diagnosis but we'll find more when i get into the locker room. >> reporter: how difficult does that make it for the irish for a football team to focus on him as a leader offensively? >> you never want to lose your starting running back and quarterback. but you know, that's college football. and we'll persevere. deshone did a great job. he's going to have a lot of confidence. if malik can't go, deshone is going to be the guy we'll rally around. >> jerry: coach, thanks for your time. >> thanks. appreciate it. >> mike: it makes that matchup next week against georgia tech
that much more difficult but off of what little we saw from deshone kizer. if they want to come out and throw the ball, he's got a gun. they can play that way. virginia, what do you do now? >> ed: got to regroup. they can get to a bowl. >> mike: once again our final score notre dame, 34, virginia 27. tonight on abc, oregon/michigan state. for our entire crew this is mike patrick. so long from charlottesville, virginia.
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stock their shelves of expectations of big sales when the pope scums to town. the big story on "action news," is a deadly plane crash in camden county, new jersey. we go to atco with jeff chirico. >> reporter: walter you can see how close the plane came to hitting homes. if you look at the house you can see a snapped branch with the plane fell from the sky. sadly it happened as the pilot's friends watches from the ground. richard recalls the plane crash, the pilot long time family friend david sees of marlton flown over the home countless times before. he always waves to us. i seen him cut the plane, the plane drops, next thing i hear a
tree hit and i come out back and the plane is smashed up against the tree. >> that was at 11:15 a.m., waterford township fire and ems crews responded. >> they observed the plane that had heavy damage. >> reporter: and yards from a neighborhood. the heap of metal what's left of the plane. sees is posing with his plane was the only occupant. >> it hasn't sank in too much yet. it's slowly getting to me. >> reporter: craven said the 65-year-old sees enjoyed flying and boating and according to posts on facebook was given an award in 2011 for his military service during the vietnam war. >> he feels a great guy, everybody loved him. >> reporter: and the faa and national transportation safety board are investigating. it can take weeks or months before a cause is determined. live in waterford township,
camden county, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> thank you, jeff. meanwhile, the accuweather forecast it was a gloomy saturday with rain in spots and clouds in others. when are the sunny skies coming back? melissa magee is at the big board with the latest. >> reporter: not a good start with the clouds and moisture moving on threw. storm tracker 6 live double scan, the heaviest rainfall that we had across the western suburbs is lifting north and east. and showers across coastal sections of new jersey. we'll go in tighter on storm tracker 6 live you can see light rain along the i-95 corridor and pressing to the north of wilmington. we'll track the moisture as the frontal boundary moves through for the rest of the early evening hours. temperatures are cooler than this time yesterday. 8 degrees cooler in the city. 11 in reading. 4 degrees cooler along the coastal in wildwood than it was 24 hours ago. not the nicest start to the
weekend. we'll talk about what to expect for the rest of the night. evening rain that will continue. we've seen spots that picked up more than 3 inches of rain. overall a half inch to an inch possible. clouds and limited sunshine and the possibility of a spotty shower we'll talk about that in the full and exclusive accuweather forecast. >> police in chester county are asking for the public's help tracking down an older couple missing for a day. 76-year-old and his 77-year-old wife live in bellingham in east goshen. at 9:30 they told their son they were going grocery shopping. they have not been seen since. dominic is diabetic and needs insulin please call police if you have any information. a brown paper bag was the source of tense moments at
episcopal hospital in kensington. at 10:00 a.m., security guards found the bag at the main entrance. the ends were folded and a note was attached. the bomb squad gave them the all clear two minutes after they arrived. it's crunch time for organizerses as they prepare for tens of thousands who plan to be part of the historic event for pope francis. local businesses are getting ready, too. >> this is why you live in the city, it's exciting. >> reporter: center city businesses are harshing out businesses for the papal weekend. this woman has 8 stores. she is doubling pope merchandise. >> i had no doubt we would be open. it's exciting that it's happening. we have live and have our businesses in center city. for all of our restaurants and retail we're open the whole
weekend. 13 street neighbors are following her lead. >> the store is staying open. >> reporter: steve has pope merchandise at the soap store. all the local employees plan to work that weekend. >> we're playing it by ear. if we can accommodate we'll stay open as people want to come in. if it ends up to be too much we'll call it a door and call it a day. world meeting of families handle out information and sweepstakes to a trip to rome. retailers bike boyds received their inventory for fall collections. they are normally closed sunday and altered the schedule leading up to and during the papal weekend to accommodate customers and pope francis. >> you died to close that saturday which is on the 26th, however, we are going to open
next sunday which is the 20th. we have all our new fall things in it is great opportunity for people to come in and shop and take advantage of that day. >> reporter: in center city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> more to come on "action news" tonight. a symbolic and emotional welcome in germany. tens of thousands cheer as the pro soccer team bring the smallest refugees on the field. little ones got to hang out with real characters today why this day at sesame place is so special. and jeff skeverski has sports when "action news" comes right back. >> high temperatures and low
sacramento, but a thick care of smoke has kept them grounded. high winds fuel the flames that have charred one one square miles since wednesday. days ago they were on a harrowing journey seeking safety and freedom fleeing their homeland. the munich soccer team showed their support for northeastern and african refugees with each holding a hand of two children. on the one side a german child on the other a refugee. the team has pledges 1 million euros to the relief efforts. let's clear the air.
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sam bradford, high risk, high reward. so far so good heading into monday's opener in atlanta. he looked good after taking hits early. nothing may be more important than protecting the quarterback. >> there's a statement when you blitz the bandits our band or their band. it's a mathematical game. >> no matter what system you're in it's important to have confidence in the guys in front of you. >> reporter: tampa plays cincinnati coming up in 8. the owls have not beaten them in 30 years. temple trying to move on and avoid a let down. cincinnati were picked as the
preseason favorites to win the cup. >> our seniors have lost three years in a row. they don't wanted to itle it's an 8:00 game. it's a challenge to play at night for us, we'll be ready. the question is not how do you get them, we'll be ready. james franklin not happy a camper in happy valley only up 6th in the fourth on buffalo. here they come. the kid from lehigh valley leaps over the d. hackenb. he -- scores. >> time for a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: tracking the showers that are moving into philadelphia. you can see them on storm tracker 6 live double scan radar light rain along the i-95
corridor. the heaviest currently pushing to the north an east of the poconos all that moisture from to himself to cape may will continue to depart the rest of the evening. rainfall we've seen a heavy amount west of philadelphia. in reading 2 1/2 inches of rain. in lancaster, a little more than a quarter in wildwood. a little more than a tenth in dover. outside with the clouds and moisture it's a cooler day. high in philadelphia, 78 degrees, with a southeasterly wind at 73. 63 in the poconos. 71 in cape may. here's satellite and radar. this is the frontal boundary that we're tracking currently moving on threw. -- through there's upper level low pivoting across the eastern great lakes. that will come through tomorrow.
10:30 p.m. we have showers around for trenton and ocean county and lakehurst. otherwise it's mostly cloudy for points south and west of that region. tomorrow morning, cloud, a few broken pockets of sunshine. as we track the upper level disturbance that moves on through tomorrow morning. there's the possibility of a spotty shower from reading through the poconos. most locations should stay dry, but we can't rule out a spotty shower with the area of low pressure moving on through. the call from accuweather tonight. cloudy, a thundershower around 64 for the overnight in philadelphia. 58 in allentown, 66 in cape may. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cloudy tomorrow, spotty shower possible, 75. breezy on monday. pleasant up to 76. back into the 80s by tuesday, 84. sunny and nice on wednesday. 86. nice dry stretch on the way, high of 86.
upper 80s friday and saturday. >> looks nice. finally it was a special lay for special people and their loved ones. more than 75 members of the wounded warrior project and their families spent the day at sesame place on the house. as big big board and elmo showed everyone it's a great chance to catch up with old friends. fyi philly is next on which i channel 6. don't forget "action news" on phl17 and we're back here at 11:00 p.m. on 6abc. for jeff skeverski, melissa magee,s the entire "action news" team, i'm walter perez. we'll see you back here at 11:00 p.m.
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